Cookies through the Decades | 18 Recipes from the 1930s to 2010s
Pistachio–Cherry Icebox Cookies
Pastry chef/teacher Cindy Salvato developed these pistachio-cherry icebox cookies for Yankee in 2004, and they remain a favorite, both for their exceptional flavor and for their festive red-and-green color scheme.
Get the recipe for Pistachio–Cherry Icebox Cookies.
Chocolate-Peppermint Sandwich Cookies
These delicious Chocolate-Peppermint Sandwich Cookies are a nod to the current craze for “gourmetified” junk-food classics. In fine bakeries around New England, we now see tongue-in-cheek artisanal interpretations of Oreos, whoopie pies, and Pop-Tarts. Here, we took the Oreo meme a step further, adding crushed candy canes for a little holiday pizzazz.
Get the recipe for Chocolate-Peppermint Sandwich Cookies.
Gluten-Free Cornmeal Thumbprint Cookies
A startling number of people these days are reporting gluten sensitivities, and gluten-free baking has become an important subspecialty for recipe developers. We love the flavor and texture of these tender gluten-free cornmeal-based cookies, and the way the raspberry flavor complements the corn.
Get the recipe for Gluten-Free Cornmeal Thumbprint Cookies.May all your Christmasses be sweet!
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